THE LAS VEGAS GAZETTE SUNDAY MORNING.-MAT 30, 1886.
F1EKCE, HARDY Y W1RIIEH.
PüBLitBio Daily, txcirr Mohdays. v
TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION IN ADTANCS.
bt surL roer aos rain:
Daily.bv mil, cm rear............ 110 00
Daily, by mall, six months, i 00
Dally, by mail, three months, t BO
Dallv. by carrier, per week.... U
Remit by drrt on Laa Vegai, poetofflce mon
ey order or rear'atered letter. If eent nther
via we will not. be tesponstble for miscar
PIKttCl, HARDT WABKXB, '
Lai Vega, New Mexico.
Specimen oopiea sent tree on application.
Aílv.rUtln ratea made known on applica
Corner Sixth and Douglas etreeta, with A. A.
A J. II. Wlee, realeaute.
T Carrespeadents ef Toe Uaaette:
Correapondentaof ThOaitt will forward
Immediately all important newa items by wire
whan available, otherwise by earlleat mall or
SUNDAY MOKNING, MAY 80.
Th Hov. FbanIc Chatiz at the
grand old pwty pow-wow of June 1,
at Albuquerque, will probably stand
up and ask the chief apostle of sweet
ness, love and harmony, "How can
we fall on ons another's necks and
weep out the unity of the factions
when the father of the republican
patry of New Mexico standi without
the castle, and has been denied his
rightful position hitherto in the
council of the clans?"
Thk territorial treasurer, the Hon,
Ortiz y Salazar, has enjoyed the usu
fruct ot office for ever a decade of
years. There is a positive impression
skirting the mind of the taxpayers
that a bit of reform and honest man
agement in the person of a staunch
democrat filling the office will have a
most healthful influence toward in
spiring confidence that the financial
affairs of New Mexico are bandied for
the interests of alt the peop!e.
The eloquent gentlemen who will
address the people of Las Vegas to
morrow in memory of the dead heroes
whose narrow homes will be decor
ated the land over with the emblems
that tell of a nation's love, will fit
tingly and appropriately speak the
sentiments of heroic resolve and de
votion to duty and their country's
welfare that actuated the defenders ot
those principles, which have in their
operation given America the grandest
government that a happy united peo
ple ever enjoyed.
Thh demomtie ptfty of New If ex
ico will appreciate prompt action on
the part of Governor Ross in paying
his respects to the auditorship of the
territory. The present incumbent
has waxed - fat in the disinterested
manner he has performed the duties
of the office. Tm Gazette, in com
mon with a majority of the people,
has the opinion that when the opera
tions of the auditor's office are turned
toward the broad light of day, some
very musty facts of republican mis
management will greet the nostrils of
the people, and be so pungent with
odor as to cause the question to be
asked why the airing was not made
Govienob Boss, wit a his hands no
longer tied, but, on the contrary,
with the hearty support of the psrty
to upheld them in aiding him in his
duties, should no longer let any sen
timents of delicacy or regard for the
opinions of the opposition deter him
from making the changes required by
the party in the territorial offices.
The rank and file expect this, and
any unnecessary delay will be a dis
appointment, to say the least. Men
in accord with the administration are
those that will give character and dig
nity to public affairs in office. The
auditorship should be given to a
member of the party. ; The man who
will fill the office and make a most
acceptable official, who has those ele
ments of character and persopal worth
as well as high qualifications for the
discharge of the duties of the office, is
the , Hon. Rafael Romero, of La
Cueva, Mora county. Governor Ross
will satisfy the wishes of the party
by placing the office of territorial
auditor at the disposition of Mr.
Clood Maxian far Wives,
Always remember t bat you are mar
ried to aman sad cot a god; be pre
pared for imperfections.
Once in a while let your husband have
the last word; it will gratify him and be
no particular loss to you.
Do be reasonable; it is a great deal to
ask undersomeoircunmances; reason
' able women are rare; be rare.
Anticipate the discovery by yonr hus
band that you are "only a woman;" if
yon were not be would not care about
Remember that servants are made of
the same material as yon are; a little
coarser-grained, perhaps, but the same
Let yonr bnsbsnd read the newspaper
at the breakfast table; it is unsociable,
but then it is only a trifle after all, and
he likes it. -
Read something in the papers besides
fashion notes and society columns; have
some knowledge of what is going on In
Try and forget yourself. As to your
husband, forget that you married
him and remember that be married
you. He will then probably do the re
verve. . v.- . j -
Be a com Damon to four husband, if
he Is a wise man; and if be le not, try
and make bios become your companion.
rtaise on stsnaara, ao not let him lower
Lei your baa Dana Know more than
you do once in a while; it keeps op bis
self-respect and you will be none tbe
wore lor admitting tbetyou arwnot ao-
Kespect yoor-nusBsnd prejudices;
respect his reUUonajsSpeciaiiy ' his
mother she is not the ws bit mother
because she is voyr mother-in-law; Abe
loved him before you did.
HHa Wis Baa traes.
WaU Street News. 1
A Chicago woman entered tfae effice
of a loan agency the other day and
"I wsnt to raise t, 500 on $3,000 worth
of furniture. What is your lowest rate
of Interest? -
"On such loans we generally ssk ten
"Very well, bend your examiner up
to tbe bouse, it is a Speculation with
"Going into business, ma'am?"
"Yes. sir. I'm going to take my
three daughters to the sea shore, and
either marry them off or drown them."
0. L. HOUGHTON
A ceaaplete 11 aa el
STOVES, FIRE ARMS
Largest sloes In Now Mexico In the Hard
J 4 f v'
Barb Fence 7ire
At nanuf oturer's prices with aotual freight
aouea. atanuiaciurer oí au xmus ox
. ahd -SHEET
Stoiea i a East and West Las
' Vegas. ' i i ,
Park Drug Store
Second door trom Post Office.
S. I. NORTH & BR0.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
OPEN ALL NICHT, .
Choice Wines and Liquors for
A rilfE MITE OFCIOARB..
KENTUCKY, BOURBON ANO RYE
AND DISTILLERS AGENTS.
California Wine and Brandy.
Our Whiskies are purchase direct from the
ritatit lArv In Kentucky and nlaoed In the Ü. 8.
bondod warehouses, from where they are with
drawn when seed. And our patrons will And
our prices at all times reasonable and as low
aa first-class iroods can be sold.
A renta mrBrunswick-Baike Oollenderoom
panv billiard tables and supplies, and tbe
cicveiano. cauoei eompauv.
PONDER & HOME,
PIumbers,Gas arid Steam fitters.
' All work guaranteed to give satisfaction,
Sixth St., East Lata Vef as.
All weat side orders attended to by A. J.
Houghton, Bridge Bt. Telephone 26.
Southeast corner of park,
LA3 VEfiAS HOT IPRINCS, N.M,
MBS. M. ADAMS. Proprietress.
Batas fl.OO per day. S.00and tiO.OOperweesj
Notice for Publication.
Homestead No. 8,411
LAMO OlTOl M SawTA Fs, X. M, I
May ,1(186. f
Wntlna la hereby riven that the followlna--
naraed settler has Bled notios ot ata Intention
tAmali a final nrotf in suneort ofaiaolam.
and that said prool will be made before the
probate Judge or Baa aiifnei county a ui
Vw. if. Ü.. on Unir 17. IMS. via: Aaloeto
Chavea, of Ban Miguel county, for the Ntt.N 8
X, 8WX, Na audNWX.fcBüteo. 20, T.17,
lie names the following witnossea to prove
his oontlnnnns resldehoe upon, and cultiva
tion of, said land, vis: Orlettno Oonaales,
Miguel Trujlllo Juan Torres, and Francisco
Chaves, allot BaaM'giMloounty.KewMexloa.
OUAULU f. EAiM.Br Keg later.
"4 i..; V j ; , I DEALER IN y.
General r.rcritndise, Wcol, Prccfuco
Sol Proprietor of the Celebrated
' , and .Ia Rosa Blanca Smolaníc Tobacco. .
i aaurpaaaod ralltleernrprocuTliiSavTniachincry and atl articles of Merehaiidlae no
' - '" sisaiilly syt ! eteek. - -
Agent for liohawk and Chieftain Stlkr Bakes and Crawford
Mowers, TnresninJ4acbine8. Hay Presses. Mmiais Maohnr
- err; Unsdnes, Com Shelters. Leffel's Wind Ensdne. . v -
twenty years' experii
. ..... , ,. -
In Wew Mexlbo entitles
- waina or
Douglas Ave., Near Browne it Manzanares', '
First class ritrs m reasonable jmces. Larire corral attaohed. Telephone No. 13.
Horses, males, wagon and harness for
Bay or night.
: BUFFALO' ' flÁX. ':'
KBO BBBR-: .
Bride Street Near Gazette Office.
FINE OLD WHISKEY A SPECIAITT.
IKIPORTED AXE, PtMtVSAl AND
Bridge Street. Or
Stock Exchange Feed Sales Stables.
Good teámá and careful drivers. Houses
and baokboarda for sale. Bear Bt. Micaeiaa
0RANSTAM & McCRILLIS
furniture Repairing. Carpets
Sewed and Laid.
Mattresses,' pillows and Curtalna made to
order, booksnutning ana sewing Atóenme
repairing specialty. Teats, Hammoeas, and
Awnings lor store an ' ueaiaence w inaowa.
AU work entrnated to us will be well done
This is no Buncombe. We mean it.
Sdccissobs TO t
"W. JUL. PARK.,
411 Grand Avenue.
Bridge Street, Near the Bridge,
Cook Stoves, Carpets, and all
kinds of Household Goods, at
low prices, at Neil Colgan's
Bridge St. Trading Mart.
Bridie St., Next Deer te Beret.
A FIRST-CLASS RES
MSALS Olí LUNCH AT ALL BODES. .
OYITIRS AND ALL DELICACIES
of the season aerred en short notice.
J. BINOLE, Proprietor,
If you wsnt an elegant meal or lunoh,
J.1 1313 aiJTJC3--
TOr.T H AYVARD,
East Sido Sixth St.
XT. GEIOT, Í
33 AC XM Jk. Xa 3VI XI H. ,
Bridge Bt., Near Gazette Office,
Brands La. Boast Blanca Flour
me to olalm a thoroug-h knowledgs nt tkt
we people. -
. NEW 2EEX10Ó,
sale. Calls for hacks answered promptly
J. S, DUNCAN, Proprietor.
1 STOCK HEW AITS
polite Gazette Office.
IN THE CITY. '. .
and mules bbnsrbt and sold. Bugrsies, carriages
hotel, Sixth street, Telephone JMe. SS. Branoh
... I 7
I.O.O.F.H'ú'.'f Terí Monday evenlng at
A.V.V.Ai iiKtr nsf(t corner of Sixth
street and Douglas avenue. Visiting brother s
- . 8xTa..f as, Secre"""
LAI Vtoiat Encampmint, No. t. Meets the
aim uuiiu aiuMuay or eaoi month.
caviar fise, a p,
J. N. 8TRÍU8NKB, Secretary.
A 1 1 IT OT Meets the' first and third
- ' , ' fueedaj io each month at
i. tu. laiunsT nrotners are eoraially inTlteu.
W. L. Fowlxs, Reoorder.
MnKTIinut T.nirmr , tr
Meets second and fourth Tuesdays in .ach
a v. m. , r mullir u ruinera lnvnoa
M. O. SlSWAM, C.
Chris. WxioaaTD, Reoorder.
A V At A If CHArnAi(LODoa. Ko.
a.. . a xa..ii.. P. 4 x. M noldg
Rommuninsstlnnsi th htvrl ThH.. t
of eah nioiith, Viiitinf brothers re fret era-
a 111. I nsl T . .
A. D. HioaiNg, SeoreMry.
K. Of P. J)' LODOS, 0. 1.
, , .. every Wednesday
evening In Castle HaU, Railroad avenue. Via-
uruuiQra are inviiea .
o . D. T. IIoskois, C.C.
P. W. Babton, K. of K.S8,
(1 A II Ihokas Post, No. 1, G. A. R.
" Meeta in their hall on Llucoln
avenue, every Saturday evening.
O. Stfitn, Adjutant. ...v.
A.Ii Of II i MMtsin tbe A. O. V. W,
a, AJ. Ul Ala ' ai i. UTc .,,..,'. kii,
the tecond and fourth Monday evenings of
each month. Visiting companions aro lurlted
w hwuu muucii aeaainns.
J). C. Winraits, Commander.
G. A. Kothobb, Becretary.
B. (if It. Tí 0?'TALODoa,wa77.B.
? y of R. B., mee's the first
and fourth Mondar of etch month at 7:80 d
m.. In K. of P. halL Visiting brothers are lS
T w W n a" sank Morris, Master.
W. W. CAifranx, Secretary.
KLEEDER & CAMPBELL,
Montezuma Ice Co
Oloavr Iutr Zoe.
Las Tegas Trade supplied by
B. J. HOLLIES,
Jeave orders with
Wells Fargo .Exprese Office,
JEAHT SIDE, er ''
Leon & Co.'s West Side.
ROC CO II OTTO,
Bridge St., near Gazette Offtoe,
Just received a One line of
Fruits, Nuts, Confectionery.
a FINE SUPPLY OF APPLES
..." . : ' , MASCr AOri'RBR OF .'
Wagons and fcu'mi End
Iron, 8eel Ghaiaa, Thtrableaketns, Sprlnrs, Wagei, Carriage and Plow Wood Work. Biaea
smiths' Tools, Sarrea's Pateat WLeoH. Tbe manufacture of,
Buclxbbards, Spring Wagoiig
" A Specialty, Keep on hand aa assortment of
OOOPXB'S OBiBBBATBD STEBISKRISr JP ABIC WAUOHa,
Agent for the 8TUOSB KER MANUPiCTtJIfNa COMPANT'l WAGONS and CAR
IAQK! anA D. M. OSBORNR A 00,' S MOWKRS and ittCAPKUA. aolielt orders from
tancamen for ..-..... ..... . - - .
,: TJRAJSTDINGr IRONS- '
Horseshoeing and all kinds of ItspeJriuf Done by rirat-Cl&ss Woramea.
LAS VEGAS, - NEW MEXICO.
J. C. LEARY & CO.,
For the Sale of ' -'
LIVE STOCK MID RANCHES.
Office'ln the Stock Grower Building, Las Vegas. New Meiloo
JOHN W. HILL,
Cornmi ssion Ú ere hant.
, ' AM
Ha Grain, Flour and Produce, . Grass and Garden Seeds
LAB VElaA,S,,3írB"W MBZIOO. '
BÉ li Sli Is il li
.A . ...-t r Bridge Street, Las Vegas, New Mexico. . :'
FIRST NATIOI JAL BANK
' g Oin Ij AS VEGAS.
, (Bueoeaaat to Baynolds Bros.)
ATJTnOFJZED CAPITAL - - - 1500.000
OAPITAXi PAID ZN , - a . . 100.000
HUKPIiUS AMD FKOFITS ; - . . - . 40.00V
Transact a General Banking Business.
J. RAYIfOLOS, President.
J. S. KATNOLDS, Cashier.
0. A. DINKLB, - . -. CHASLE8
GrBeDositonr of th AtohtBon.
GEI1ERALTRADER,BR0KER and COLLECTION AGENT
39aTotMA47' Xullia ssxs.a. Oouveyauoer.
Refers by pennlatloa to First national bank, and Baa Miguel National Bank, tas Vegas. -
Special attention paid to the hanilng of real estate, ranches, grants and live stook. Terri
torial and county aorlp and bonds bought and sold. Xo parties desiring to Investí guarantee
satisfaction. Correspondence solicited. . ' .
LAS VT5GA8. . - (Bridge Street,) . NEW MEXICO
GR.AYS03ST db OO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors- Cigars
FINE OLD WHISKIES, BRANDIES, CHAMPAGNES. BOTH IMPORTED
.... . AND DOMESTIC, CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
On Bridge Street, opposite the Gazette Office
Practical Horseshoers. yjj
CAKRIAOE ' AND WAGON HE- -FAIRING
No. 93ridg3 Street. Las Vegas,
LAS VEGAS IKON WORKS
. J. C. ADLOrj, Proprietor.
Steam Engines and Mining Machinery
AroU1ctural Work, Machlnerr and Boüers, Iron an Brass
. Castings Mad) on Short Notice.
- .. . V .
LAS VEGAS, : : 8 : : ; r : NEW MEXICO
The Plaza Billiard Hall,
FINE WINES, LIQUORS-AND CIGARS. ;
Sontb Bide of Plaza. ' La Vegas, New Mexico,
Dealer in Heavy Hardware
Dealer la ,
O. J. DfiiKEL, Vice President. '
J, 8 PI -HON, Assistant Gamier.
BtAKCHART. .T. 8. PISHON,
Tooeks. & Santa Fe Bailroad-t
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